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Dec 6, 2023

NC State College of Education’s Ph.D. in Teacher Education and Learning Sciences Educational Equity Concentration Graduates First Two Students

This December, Valencia Hicks-Harris '23PHD and Lonnie Manns '23PHD will be the first two students to graduate from the NC State College of Education's Ph.D. in Teacher Education and Learning Sciences educational equity concentration. 

Ashley Bertles

Dec 6, 2023

Ashley Bertles ’23: ‘I Realized That Working in the Field of Education as an Instructional Designer Was What I Wanted to Do for the Rest of My Life’

Ashley Bertles has always been interested in how technology can create opportunities for learning. When she was introduced to the field of instructional design, it felt like the perfect fit for her future career. 

New wolf statue on central campus.

Dec 6, 2023

CBS17: NC State University Offers High Schoolers with Disabilities a Pathway to a STEM Career

The GIST program, on which Associate Professor Jamie Pearson serves as a co-prinicpal investigator, connects students with autism to geographic information systems 

Interdisciplinary Research Hubs

Dec 5, 2023

NC State College of Education to Launch 3 Interdisciplinary Research Hubs as Part of New Strategic Plan

NC State’s College of Education will form three Interdisciplinary Research Hubs that cut across disciplines to generate creative and innovative solutions to address some of the most pressing challenges in education as part of the implementation of its Strategic Plan: 2023-2030. 

Photo of math in the sand

Nov 28, 2023

College of Education Researchers Hope to Create Set of Shared Teaching and Learning Principles for Early Mathematics Education through National Conference

A group of NC State College of Education scholars are bringing together experts in early mathematics education and other related fields to generate a set of teaching and learning principles related to PreK-2 mathematics education. 

Oct 30, 2023

Catalyst Grants Support Educators to Improve Instruction, Access and Advocacy

Since 2018, the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation and NC State’s College of Education have provided funding for more than 20 research projects through Catalyst Grants to support collaborative research projects between faculty and staff of the two groups and aid research that could lead to further inquiry and support. 

Oct 24, 2023

The Rural Voice: Rural Education and the Migratory Patterns of Immigrants to the United States, An Interview With Dr. Maria Coady

Goodnight Distinguished Professor in Educational Equity Maria Coady discusses the unique populations of multilingual learners and the needs these groups face in K-12 schools. 

Oct 24, 2023

Professor Florence Martin Named Inaugural Association of Educational Communications and Technology Fellow

Florence Martin, a professor of learning, design and technology in NC State’s College of Education, has been named an inaugural Association of Educational Communications and Technology (AECT) fellow. 

Oct 24, 2023

Why is Inquiry-based Learning Important in Social Studies Classrooms? ‘I Very Much Believe Inquiry is a Life Skill,’ Says Associate Dean John Lee

Associate Dean John Lee says that when educators engage students in the social studies classroom, they should do so with the expectation that those young people are novices, who have limited prior experience with the content. While there are many teaching and learning practices that don’t account for this perspective, Lee said, using an inquiry-based approach can meet students where they are, honoring their current level of intellectual development while setting high expectations and encouraging them to take action. 

NC State College of Education Associate Professor DeLeon Gray

Oct 23, 2023

Associate Professor DeLeon Gray, Doctoral Students Outline Path for Communally Engaged Educational Psychology in New Publication

Associate Professor DeLeon Gray, along with several of his mentees from the College of Education as well as Michigan State University, are hoping to provide guidance for educational psychologists engaging in community-focused work through a concept they call a communal philosophy of engagement.